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|Guilds of Ravnica: Guild Kit (GK1)||Rare|
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Legendary Creature — Elf Shaman
Undergrowth — When Izoni, Thousand-Eyed enters the battlefield, create a 1/1 black and green Insect token for each creature card in your graveyard.
, Sacrifice another creature: You gain 1 life and draw a card.
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Izoni, Thousand-Eyed Discussion
21 hours ago
Avacidal_maniac I did think about using Izoni, Thousand-Eyed and while getting a lot of tokens is nice it doesn't help the deck out very and pulls away from it's focus. I do like the three put to the yard spells your mentioned and I'll try to find a good place for them
1 day ago
Have you considered Izoni, Thousand-Eyed or Buried Alive, Entomb or Dread Return? My first EDH deck was a golgari one and I found huge success with those cards (minus Izoni because she hasn't been out long).
4 days ago
The penguin above gave some very good general tips on starting to deckbuild. To add a few to it:
General deckbuilding strategy is to divide your cards in two categories - enablers and payoffs. For example, Stitcher's Supplier and Glowspore Shaman are enablers for payoffs like Izoni, Thousand-Eyed and Lotleth Giant.
You generally want to play 4 copies of the enablers, but less of the payoffs, since they are more expensive mana-wise. Stitcher's Supplier is 1 casting cost, while Izoni, Thousand-Eyed is a 6 casting cost. A deck with both will want to play 4 suppliers but less than 4 Izoni.
For this deck in particular, if you aggressively fill your graveyard with cards, you will want to have some way to replay them, so cards like Golgari Findbroker are great to include.
4 days ago
I want to suggest a few cards. Charnel Troll- feeds off creatures you put into your graveyard early on. Good beater.
Price of Fame- decent removal with a mechanic that can filter your deck and play to your strengths.
Izoni, Thousand-Eyed- great for a late game bomb. It helps against enemy tokes and can go wide against a big stompy deck. Control stuggles against tokens too.
Find // Finality- get back creatures or potential board wipe.
Kraul Harpooner- good against angels.
Journey to Eternity- bring back creatures.
And any Planeswalkers in the right colors except for the starter deck ones. They are usually bad. Which is a shame.
4 days ago
Hey I like what you've got started here. This is a really powerful style to play but watch out for go wide strategies from Boros and Selesnya decks.
Have you considered Charnel Troll? It really feeds well off creatures in your graveyard for a big hitter late game. There's also a decent considerable removal spell called Price of Fame. The surveil mechanic is great for throwing away cards you dont need or filling your graveyard with more creatures for Izoni, Thousand-Eyed
cimo7 on GB Midrange
5 days ago
GingerSquatch93 I thought about that variant for a while (including running Stitcher's Supplier and Glowspore Shaman), but that would require me to cut my spells package significantly in order to optimize the graveyard for Izoni, Thousand-Eyed and Lotleth Giant. My concern was that leaves me with fewer answers to my opponent's threats and more open to countermagic (Sinister Sabotage my Lotleth Giant? Feels bad). I'm curious why you found this version to be more resilient against control? Appreciate the feedback.
6 days ago
Have you considered going a little heavier in the Undergrowth mechanic? I'm running Abusive Surveillance, Volume One as my current Standard set-up and that's one of the decks that I really struggle to get a footing against, especially with cards like Izoni, Thousand-Eyed and Lotleth Giant. They really actually kill control with that mechanic.
1 week ago
@TheSilverZephyr Thanks for your feedback! Sideboarding is tough, there are a lot of good cards; and unfortunately I'm not currently able to play this deck competitively so my input here is unsubstantiated- but I'll take a crack at it.